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Calculating Vehicle Road Taxation

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Is your tax baht % per CC new..? I ask because your figure states I will be paying a lot more this year...

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1 hour ago, transam said:

Is your tax baht % per CC new..? I ask because your figure states I will be paying a lot more this year...

Yeah I can't see how to calculation our new truck is 1898 cc we paid 1,100 baht. 

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1 hour ago, transam said:

Is your tax baht % per CC new..? I ask because your figure states I will be paying a lot more this year...

This makes more sense to me.

The fee for the tax sticker depends on the type and age of your vehicle. Typically for a motorbike it is around 300-400 baht. For a car it starts at around 1,000 baht (engine up to 2,000cc), average price is about 2,000 baht (for example a Toyota Altis 1.8) but it can go up to 6 to 7,000 baht, for instance for a 4-door pick-up.

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1 minute ago, Kwasaki said:

Yeah I can't see how to calculation our new truck is 1898 cc we paid 1,100 baht. 

Our runaround is 998cc, so the x 1.5bht = 1,497 bht...We paid 897bht from new..

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4 minutes ago, transam said:

Our runaround is 998cc, so the x 1.5bht = 1,497 bht...We paid 897bht from new..

That sounds about right, yeah my Vigo was 7000 bht, so up to 2000 c.c. a website said it starts around 1000 baht, ours 1,100 bht is because it's smartcab I guess.

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I just give an agent what he says he needs and voila.

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33 minutes ago, transam said:

Our runaround is 998cc, so the x 1.5bht = 1,497 bht...We paid 897bht from new..

 Using this calculator

1st 600  cc = 600 x 0.5  = 300 baht

then 398  at 1.5  gives 597 Baht

 

Total 897  Baht total

You missed the 1st Part

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Just now, Delight said:

 Using this calculator

1st 600  cc = 600 x 0.5  = 300 baht

then 398  at 1.5  gives 597 Baht

 

Total 897  Baht total

You missed the 1st Part

Thank you for that.....😋

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27 minutes ago, Kwasaki said:

That sounds about right, yeah my Vigo was 7000 bht, so up to 2000 c.c. a website said it starts around 1000 baht, ours 1,100 bht is because it's smartcab I guess.

It has nothing to do with the type of cab.

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3 hours ago, Kwasaki said:

Typically for a motorbike it is around 300-400 baht

For a motorbike it's always 100 baht.

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1 hour ago, jackdd said:

For a motorbike it's always 100 baht.

It does seem that they round it up.

So a 150 cc bike should be -using this calculator -75 Baht.

The charge will be,as you say , 100 Baht

However a 1000 cc bike will be 900  Baht

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5 hours ago, Delight said:

It has nothing to do with the type of cab.

Have the rules changed recently, coz type of cab had everything to do with it.  2 door pickup = commercial vehicle, lower rate...

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1 hour ago, Delight said:

It does seem that they round it up.

So a 150 cc bike should be -using this calculator -75 Baht.

The charge will be,as you say , 100 Baht

However a 1000 cc bike will be 900  Baht

Doesn't matter how many cc, motorbikes are always 100 baht.

If you really paid more please take a picture of your green book where it shows the tax payments and post it here.

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3 hours ago, jackdd said:

For a motorbike it's always 100 baht.

I don't take to much notice pays the money and go, my scoot at the test place was 540 and 2 days pick up papers plus a china cup. 👍

My Versys 650 at DLT office was around 800 baht.

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